Editor's Choice: Credit Cards

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There are hundreds of credit cards issued by dozens of major banks. Some credit cards have low annual fees, while others offer a variety of rewards and still others provide compelling deals for those that are looking to transfer an existing credit card balance. NextAdvisor has sorted through the major credit cards and reviewed each to help consumers select a card that is right for them. Below are the top credit cards from our partners that we have reviewed in each of the major categories. Or you can use our Find a Credit Card tool on the right side of this page to search for specific card features. You can also learn more about credit cards by visiting our Credit Card FAQs.

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BEST

Cash Back Card


Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express

BEST

Travel Card


Barclaycard Arrival Plus™ World Elite Mastercard®


BEST
Card for Average Credit


Barclaycard Rewards Mastercard® - Average Credit

BEST

Student Card


Citi® Dividend® Card for College Students


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Credit Card Headlines

4 Best Cash Back Credit Cards

Are you looking for a credit card that allows you to earn cash for each purchase you make? If so, you're in luck. We've researched the best cash back credit cards and found the top four that will earn you the most bang for your buck on all of your regular purchases at grocery stores, [...]

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Did You Know?

You could be saving hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars per year by transferring balances from high APR credit cards to those that offer a lower rate for balance transfers. Many of these credit cards offer 0% interest for as much as one year as well as competitive standard APRs once the introductory period is complete. If you want to save money by eliminating the interest on your existing credit card balances, then credit cards with low balance transfer rates are right for you.
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Advertiser Disclosure: NextAdvisor.com is a consumer information site that offers free, independent reviews and ratings of online services. We receive advertising revenue from most but not all of the companies whose products and services we review. For credit cards, we review cards from all of the top 10 US issuers by purchase volume (according to Issue 1035 of The Nilson Report, Feb 2014) excluding issuers that require additional accounts to be a cardholder and private label issuers. We may also review cards from other issuers in select cases. We do not review all products in a given category. We are independently owned and operated and all opinions expressed on this site are our own.